Bicycle weather is upon us and boy is it amazing!! New York City has been working in the past few years to become a greener city by implementing more green spaces, bike lanes and walkable areas. For the past few summers’ bike usage as a mode of transportation has consistently increased as more people opt-in [...]
Are you struggling to keep your head above water? Are collections agents calling you at all hours? Is your home in risk of foreclosure? If you’re struggling with any or all of these, tonight’s event on Consumer Debt and Bankruptcy presented by the Foundation Law Committee is a must! Light Refreshments will be served. When: [...]
Whether dealing with Bankruptcy, Credit Issues, Student Loans, or Foreclosure; Remember You Have Rights and Protections.
In celebration of National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW) from March 4-10, we will be highlighting consumer rights resources and information for New Yorkers. We know that going up against banks, stores, or debt collection agencies can be a scary and nerve-wracking experience. To complicate matters, many people going through these experiences often do not understand [...]
It’s more important than ever to help clients sign up for electronic payments and bank or credit union accounts. Please share the details below with all your staff. To share this information with clients and your community, you can order “Go Direct” campaign materials for free. Visit their web site to order materials http://www.godirect.org/partners/order-materials/. The [...]
March 6-12, 2011 is National Consumer Protection Week. Whether shopping at your local store, getting your car fixed at the local car repair shop, surfing the Internet or doing online shopping, its important to keep in mind that there are laws which protect you from fraud or other unscrupulous dealings with store, individual, companies, or [...]